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A brigadier general and the top enlisted soldier of the 143rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command have been “temporarily suspended” pending the outcome of an investigation, according to the Army.
Brig. Gen. Bryan W. Wampler, commander of the unit, and Command Sgt. Maj. Don B. Jordan were suspended Oct. 10 in Kuwait, where the unit is now deployed, according to the 1st Theater Sustainment Command.
The Florida-based 143rd is part of the 1st TSC out of Fort Bragg, N.C. A spokesman for the 1st TSC declined to discuss the allegations that prompted the suspension of the 143rd ESC command team, citing the investigation.
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